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Filling your World with Words - Voc. Workshop

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Transcript of Filling your World with Words - Voc. Workshop

Are there any expressions you need to learn to talk about food? Is there an umbrella term you can organize the words under? Can you learn any verb patterns from this text?
Input from coursebooks and lessons
WORDS WORDS WORDS
Input from the real world
music
Input from readers, articles and novels
Output
be able to retrieve new words when you need them
Filling your World with Words
Learning new words in English
TV
internet
radio
be more fluent when you speak
be able to improve the texts you can produce
http://www.languageguide.org/english
Free Willy
Characters
HOW TO LEARN NEW WORDS
What do you do when you come across a new word?
Vocabulary record
DICTIONARY
NEW WORD
PRONUNCIATION
EXAMPLES
PATTERNS?
COLLOCATIONS?
RELATED WORDS?
SYNONYMS / ANTONYMS?
MEANING
Part of speech
Grouping
Personalizing words
Getting enough input
Revise vocabulary!!
If you study and learn new words you come across, you will:
understand more listening and reading texts
films
travelling
technology
Dante's Peak
Characters
Transport
KEY words
Nature
What words can you study from this text?
How can you organize these words
in your vocabulary notebook?
Boiled
Cooked in
hot water
I love boiled potatoes
Adjective
Hard boiled
Soft boiled
Raw
Undone
Baked
Fried
Eat
Have
Try
Order
Serve
Get
Dinner
Lunch
Breakfast
Big - Small
Well - Bad
Nice - Awful
Similar - Different
Simple - Elaborated
Hungry - Full
Quickly - Slowly
OPPOSITES
Dictionary entry: the complete listing
for each word in a dictionary
1- Analyze your dictionary and say if
these sentences are true or false.
USING THE DICTIONARY
Source: English File 2, OUP
My boyfriend and I went to Las Grutas last summer. One night we ordered paella for a
main course
and after waiting for an hour the waiter brought us two grilled trout.
Main course
1. _____ A dictionary entry gives the word’s spelling, definition, and pronunciation.
2. _____ A dictionary entry does not identify the number of syllables in a word.
3. _____ An entry says whether nouns are countable or uncountable.
4. _____ A dictionary entry does not mention what category the words are.
5. _____ Dictionary entries do not differentiate between British and American English.
6. _____ Examples of correct usage are not provided in dictionary entries.
7. ______ Some dictionary entries have synonyms and antonyms for a word.
Are there any expressions you need to learn to talk about food?
Is there an umbrella term you can organize the words under?
Can you learn any verb patterns from this text?
newspapers
MARY
NAN
a boat
Sausages
Vocabulary Steps
Thank you for coming!
Harry Dalton
Rachel Wando
mayor
businessman
Ruth
volcano - volcanoes
explode vs. erupt
acid lake
earthquake
boss
children's grandmother
helicopter
equipment
Graham
Lauren
mountain
car
rock
lava
ash
gases
fire
rain
flow down
explosion
acid ate her legs
mine
drive-drove
scream- screamed
Skype
row
fly

get on
get in
the ground opened
clues
evidence
lava came out
dead animals
dead trees
warm lake
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